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  • 1

    Pret A Manger

    34 reviews

    Cheap, fresh, and absolutely everywhere in London. It's a great way to keep yourself going even on a budget and in a rush.

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  • 2

    Brixton Village

    9 reviews

    Trendy location with an eclectic collection of restaurants and shops. Take cash as some restaurants don't accept cards.

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  • 3

    Yalla Yalla

    5 reviews

    Lebanese street food is the tag line for Yalla Yalla. This basically means gourmet hummus and falafel, with some interesting maze thrown in like chicken livers with pomegranate. The vine leaves and falafel are great as was the chili caipirinha I had. Worth a stop, won't break the bank, and is just a few steps from Oxford Circus.

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  • 4

    Acoustic Cafe

    3 reviews

    The Acoustic Cafe, a humble Stoke Newington outpost, serves brunch all day, in numerous exciting variations from Popeye’s Delight (Eggs Benny with Smoked Salmon AND spinach) to Mediterranean breakfasts and pancakes. Relaxed, super friendly, and with great coffee, this is a perfect place to get your brunch fix.

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  • 5

    Meat Liquor

    11 reviews

    With all the menu items under £10 and greasy enough to satisfy the most insatiable appetite, Meat Liquor is a great choice for the budget traveler looking for a hip meal out. The menu boasts two categories - the Meat and Liquor of the name. Big, juicy, and served without plates, this was an early contender on London's gourmet burger ...

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  • 6

    The Fryers Delight

    3 reviews

    This "chippy" serves old-skool fish and chips. That's it. There are different kinds of fish to choose from, and a relentlessly retro atmosphere. It's also cheap, and in central London.

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  • 7

    Lucky Chip

    2 reviews

    The Lucky Chip is a great example of London's American fast food mania, circa 2013. The humble hamburger is the dish of the moment, with high quality hawkers tucked into many neighborhoods, and here's one of the city's best. Lucky Chip got its start in Netil Market and is now slinging its delicious burgers in residence at the Sebright Arms ...

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  • 8

    Red Hot World Buffet & Bar

    3 reviews

    Wow! One of the best things in Milton Keynes! They rally do have dishes from around the world! The most amazing selection I've ever seen at and all you can eat buffet. There is a huge Indian selection but also pizza and pasta, Far East Asian rice and noodles. and the most incredible selection of deserts. I highly recommend giving ...

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  • 9

    Diwana Bhel Poori House

    3 reviews

    They say that London has great Indian food, but to be honest I was only mildly convinced until I came to Diwana. An extremely casual place near Euston Station, the menu is simple: Pooris (little fried balls filled with potatoes, chick peas, or other treats and covered in a sweetly sour yoghurt sauce) as starters, with a selection of dosas ...

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  • 10

    Talbot Inn

    2 reviews

    Really great for a small, very local pub. Their specialty is their Carvery with a selection of pies and premium freshly carved meats for on £4.95! They also have a menu, I had the Cajun bean burger which was really delicious, one of the best veggie burgers I've ever had! But the Carvery looks so tempting I'll have to give ...

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  • 11

    Wahaca - Covent Garden

    14 reviews

    Wahaca is a Mexican style London chain, I think there are about 5 restaurants in total, created by Thomasina Miers. Sometimes I can be put off because somewhere is a chain, but you really shouldn't be with Wahaca. It serves fresh sustainable food and everything is really tasty. We went for the Wahaca selection in the Covent Garden restaurant. It's ...

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  • 12


    10 reviews

    This Soho restaurant has lots of small Venetian plates called cicchetti...really fun to do with a small group. The food is excellent and very reasonable, and the atmosphere is hip but casual.

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  • 13

    The Breakfast Club - Camden Passage

    Delish American breakfast and brunch in Islington, for reasonable prices. It gets crowded, so either go early or be prepared for a drowsy wait in line.

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  • 14

    Patty and Bun

    5 reviews

    Go on, take a bite. First, your teeth strike the brioche bun, then make their way through to the pickled onions, to gooey cheese and finally the piece de resistance...the juicy meat. This is definitely my favorite burger in London at the moment.

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  • 15

    Bill's Produce Store

    4 reviews

    Great place for lunch - try the fish finger sandwich!

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  • 16

    The Breakfast Club - Rufus Street

    Bloody Marys, full English breakfasts, great cups of tea, lovely staff and Fraggle Rock wallpaper in the bathrooms. Don't mind if I do!

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  • 17

    Leon - Covent Garden

    3 reviews

    You'll run into Leon often around London, which is a plus, according to Jen Howze of Britmums. You know you'll get fresh, affordable, high-quality food for the whole family, avoiding McDonald's for yet another day.

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  • 18

    Indian Veg

    2 reviews

    Go on, have seconds. And thirds. This all-you-can-eat Indian vegetarian buffet is just £5 and you can even bring your own beer (or guzzle tap water if you are abstemious or on a really draconian budget). Eating alone? No need to bring a book, as you can lazily skim the text heavy vegetarian propaganda lining the walls throughout your meal.

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  • 19

    Busaba Eathai (Wardour Street)

    13 reviews

    This is a regular haunt of mine - the food is fantastic. You can't book ahead and the queues at this branch quickly build - look online at the other locations which can often seat you quickly. Try the prawn starters!

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  • 20

    Yo! Sushi

    7 reviews

    Tiny plates of sushi go round and round the conveyor belt, their different colors indicating the price. Nab bite after bite until you're full, Yo! Sushi is affordable, quick, and a great place to bring kids who will especially enjoy the rotating food display.

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